'Sounds like an election pitch' - Wanderers fans slam Lederer's members letter

The red and black fans are not happy...

Western Sydney Wanderers supporters have reacted negatively on social media to a letter addressed to members from club chairman Paul Lederer.

Tensions flared between the club and supporters following Tuesday's 2-0 loss to Melbourne City, with fan group RBB accusing football authorities of ejecting and banning members voicing their opinion at the players during the half-time interval.

Lederer responded by penning the letter, which was sent out on Thursday, that aimed to reiterate a bright future for the struggling club, who sit in eighth place on the A-League table with only two wins from 10 matches.

However the statement wasn't received well by a section of Wanderers fans, with some accusing Lederer of not holding himself accountable for their plight, while others criticised the club's recent recruitment.

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Lederer completely pinning our hopes on the new stadium.

He says all the right "buzzwords" but we need much more than a new stadium to stop this club continuing to go backwards on the park. https://t.co/1JCOeZyj8x

— Ross Catanzariti (@bosco08) January 3, 2019

The Wanderers will be aiming to revive their season on Saturday night when they host Melbourne Victory at ANZ Stadium.